For scripts to help you find projects running 1.0, generate a draft 2.0 config.yml file, and to get started with migration, see the CircleCI 2.0 Migration documentation which has a complete list of tools with links and descriptions.
A directory is missing from your repository
Rails expects certain directories to be present in your app, including
log/, tmp/ and occasionally others.
If they are not in your repository, your tests will fail (though they ran fine locally because you created the directory a long time ago).
To fix this, simply add the directory to your repository.
Git doesn’t allow you to add directories to it, but the standard idiom is instead to add a file called
.gitkeep within the directory. So this should solve your problem: